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I Got Two! I Ate Two Whole Apples!

By Dustin Rowles | TV | October 29, 2010 |

By Dustin Rowles | TV | October 29, 2010 |

Community (Rating: 9.3)

(I never thought they’d top the paintball episode (“Modern Warfare.”) This one came awfully goddamn close.)

  • “I’m saying I remind girls less of taking their little brothers to Comic Con.”

  • “I don’t need to know which dracula I am to be a dracula. Nerd.”

  • “Oh cool, a dark basement. I was just thinking we should do this in a dark basement.”

  • “What is up with that CAT?” “Is someone throwing it?”

  • “Just been proven racist by the racist prover.”

  • “Troy, make me proud. Be the first black man to make it to the end.”

    The Office (Rating: 8.2)

    (An episode that was not only better than last week’s episode, but the best of the season, so far. Is “The Office” finding its legs again?)

  • (Erin, after bobbing for apples for an uncomfortably long period of time): “I got two! I ate two whole apples!”

  • (Dwight, on Pam’s Olive Oyl Costume): “Very funny. It looks like someone decided to dress up as old Dwight Schrute’s mom. You’re only one third as beautiful and about half her height. She was one of the last real giants.”

    Outsourced (Rating: 6.9)

    (I feel almost guilty about this, but “Outsourced” grew on me last night. That was a pretty decent episode.)

  • (After learning that Todd kissed a girl, and got to first base) “What do you think second base is?” … “Getting married.” … “Then what’s third base and home?” … “I dunno. Cricket only has two bases.”

  • I’m giving the 10th slot to the amazing, fantastic Hall & Oates cover music from last night’s episode; if someone could tell me who performed that music, I’d reward you with my undying gratitude.

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